Manchester United and Sevilla will play out a tense second leg in Spain after a 2-2 draw came out of nowhere that leaves the six-time Europa League winners with a sensational chance to get to yet another semi-final.
United still sit as the favourites to get through in this tie at 8/15, but they did completely fall apart in the second half of the first leg at Old Trafford. United's season seemingly turned around in the second half against Sevilla, as Lisandro Martinez came off with a season-ending injury not long after Raphael Varane came off with another injury.
It was then two brutally unlucky own goals that forced a 2-2 draw, after Jesus Navas' effort deflected off Tyrell Malacia before Youssef En-Nesyri's header came off Harry Maguire to equalise in the 92nd minute.
Worse yet for the Premier League outfit, the hero of the first leg. Marcel Sabitzer, is now injured after picking up an injury last weekend and just four days on from his first half double in the first leg.
Sevilla registered another win last weekend as well, as they defeated Valencia 2-0 on the road thanks to a goal each from Suso and Loic Bade. It keeps the club in 13th with just nine wins, however, and United should be confident in getting past them in this tie after a routine win against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
Erik ten Hag's men kept their 14th Premier League clean sheet in a 2-0 win away to Forest, as Antony scored his first league goal since October before putting together a fantastic assist for Diogo Dalot's first-ever Premier League goal.
United have now moved back up into third and with Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Cup semi-finals to come on Sunday, this could end up being the biggest week of the season for the Old Trafford outfit.
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